I have been doing well with photographing inanimate objects. Portraiture is a whole other ball of wax. I have always had problems with color editing due to my color blindness (reds & greens). I would just like some advice based on the following pictures. I didn't charge anything for these of coarse. I am brand new to this type of work. I hope to post images on here often and learn from all of you out there that know what you are doing. Eventually, turning a profit, would be nice... you know, like everyone else would like to do. Used my new Nikon D300s. Unfortunately I don't have a f/2.8 telephoto yet... but I made do. Didn't use any flash for these, although a reflector would have been nice. I missed some really good chances for great captures. Anyhow, not looking to get ripped apart here, just some tips on what to work on. I will apply them next time, and then hopefully continue in a cycle of improvement. You can see the "noseeums", ironically, in a couple shots. I guess I could stamp them out... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I have a lot more.